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Jawbone 2 Review

Jawbone 2 Review

When Aliph released the original Jawbone nearly two years ago, I felt as if I was the only person in the world that didn't like the look, thought the design too bulky, and wasn't all that impressed by the company's "noise shield".  So how do I feel about the Jawbone 2?  Well, let me put it in one simple word - WOW.  Aliph had two years worth of customer feedback and, yes, it seems as though the company truly listened.  As a result, Jawbone 2 is lighter, 50% smaller, has improved voice enhancing and even more aggressive noise-canceling technology, a simpler ear hook design and a sleek new look that leaves the predecessor in the Stone Age.  Jawbone 2 comes at a hefty price of $129.99 and yes, I agree that's extremely expensive considering most cell phones don't cost that much - but if you want the ultimate in Bluetooth headsets, then it is worth every penny.

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Plantronics Discovery 925 Bluetooth Headset reviewed

Plantronics Discovery 925 Bluetooth Headset reviewed

So while Vincent was at CTIA he managed to pick up one Plantronics’ latest headsets, the fashionable Discovery 925 that we wrote about earlier this week. Not only did we get his review of the product, some more shots, and even a video review, but we got some more info too.

SlashGear Review: Palm Series 3 Bluetooth Headset

SlashGear Review: Palm Series 3 Bluetooth Headset

So the people at Palm were kind enough to send me their latest Bluetooth headset offering, the Series 3, for review. I have had it for about 2 weeks and I have been using it a lot, primarily with my Helio Fin, but I paired it with the Centro I have here too.

It works amazingly well. I truly was impressed, I have a Jawbone sitting around here, and the Palm, in my opinion, worked better than it. Part of that was due to the fact that the Palm headset has easy to use buttons, where as with the Jawbone I had to nearly drive the damn thing into my skull.

The best of Bluetooth?

The best of Bluetooth?

Ah, nothing like a good review on a Sunday.  And I'm particularly keen to read about this little gadget, Aliph's apparently incredible Jawbone Bluetooth Headset, which promises deeply efficient noise-cancellation thanks to a whole fancy array of microphones.  Doug Goldring decided to take a stroll round Washington DC to see if it lived up to the hype, and came away surprised.

 

Aliph bone-conduction Bluetooth headset reviewed

Aliph bone-conduction Bluetooth headset reviewed

Looks like we're going bone conduction crazy - next up is Julie Strietelmeier's review of the Aliph Jawbone Bluetooth Headset.  You might remember the Jawbone from the tail-end of last year; while it looks like a normal headset, albeit a particularly stylish one, it actually picks up sound conducted through your jaw rather than relying solely on a traditional microphone.  The promise is far better sound quality, which is exactly what Julie set out to test...

Aliph Jawbone Headset is Red Hot and Advanced

Aliph Jawbone Headset is Red Hot and Advanced

The latest Aliph Jawbone headset may be red hot and sexy, but don’t mistaken it for just another dinky device for the fashion-conscious. This redesigned Aliph Jawbone is Bluetooth enabled and uses advanced military noise-canceling technology that incorporates an array of microphones.

However, according to Gizmodo, the headset unfortunately lacks a good wind guard. But, the looks may make up for it. Designed by the talented industrial designer, Yves Behar, this headset comes in red, black, and silver from Cingular. Priced at $120 and is now available. Check out this site for more info.

Aliph Jawbone Headset: Gets Sexy Redesign, Super Noise-Cancelling, and Bluetooth [Via: Gizmodo]

MY iTablet kicks off store launch with a pair of giveaways

MY iTablet kicks off store launch with a pair of giveaways

Remember that we told you yesterday that MY iTablet launched their new iPhone accessory store? Well, in honor of the launch they have decided to give away some goodies that you can use with your iPhone, or many other phones.

Their first contest has two great prizes. The first is a Jawbone Bluetooth Headset, and the other is a Motorola H9 Bluetooth headset. Each has an approximate retail value of $119.95. The contest is simple, just stop by the contest page and tell them which one you would prefer to win.

Amazon Fire Phone review: The shopper’s smartphone

Amazon Fire Phone review: The shopper’s smartphone

When Amazon wades into a new segment, competitors take note, and few devices have been so nervously anticipated as the Fire Phone. Amazon's first smartphone doesn't just put Prime in your pocket, it also pushes the limits of UI, with its quartet of Dynamic Perspective cameras, and computational photography, with Firefly. Ambitious, then, but Jeff Bezos & Co. have seldom lacked that. Question is, does the Fire Phone deserve to be the hottest handset in town?

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Plantronics Voyager Edge Review

Plantronics Voyager Edge Review

Plantronics knows a thing or two about Bluetooth headsets, being one of the stalwarts of the industry, but the new Voyager Edge still has something unusual to it. Fitting in-between Plantronics’ Legend and Discovery lines of earpieces, the Voyager Edge claims to pair the performance of the former with the style of the latter, in a headset suitable for both home and office. There’s some strong competition from Jawbone’s Era, however; read on to find out which deserves a spot on your ear.

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